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What keeps you warm when going cold weather camping
June 27, 2019 | No Comments

With little room for essentials let alone accessories for all types of weather, your low-season camping holiday might be a cause for concern. Here is some expert advice on how to survive the winter temperatures when camping in the British countryside. Image Credit Prepare well First of all, you’ll want to get to know the […]

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Chilled-out summers: planning ahead for inventory management in your business
June 26, 2019 | No Comments

Managing your inventory effectively is crucial to the bottom line. There are various inventory systems available to help to manage stock levels of products such as chilled or frozen food, helping to reduce costs, reduce wastage and improve margins. In order to take an inventory of your items, you should ensure that you have a […]

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Getting the Formula one classics in the game
June 25, 2019 | No Comments

The prime movers in the world of Formula one gaming simulation are still Codemasters. This Birmingham based team of programmers first began life writing cheap low budget games to get a foothold in the world of coding for gaming but once they had landed the Formula 1 game they entered into a level of excellent […]

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The Use of Wearables in Clinical Trials
June 25, 2019 | No Comments

Lots of people are already using their own wearables to help monitor their health and wellbeing. These devices can keep a check on everything from how many steps a wearer is taking, to their heart rate, to how well they are sleeping at night. But wearable technology can do so much more, and it could […]

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Design the park house of your dreams
June 24, 2019 | No Comments

Imagine the excitement of planning and designing a home that perfectly meets your needs. While it’s also great to get right back into a ready-to-use stock, you can also create the icing on the cake when you can build your own custom home. Our parks are all set in beautiful rural surroundings for a peaceful […]

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Should you use a specialist conveyancer?
June 23, 2019 | No Comments

Moving home involves making multiple key decisions that can be the difference between a short and long turn around, and also the difference between being in, or out, of pocket. We explore how choosing a specialist conveyancer can save homebuyers both time and money in comparison to appointing a traditional solicitor. Image Credit What are […]

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Things to Look for When Buying a Second-Hand Car
June 22, 2019 | No Comments

We’ve all heard horror stories of people buying second-hand cars which are unsafe or, worse, stolen. So how do you avoid the same thing happening to you? Here are a few things you should look out for when buying a second-hand car. Image Credit Check It Inside and Out Look for any signs of damage […]

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Where in your home should your radiator go?
June 21, 2019 | No Comments

When it comes to planning or re-designing a room, the radiator location might not necessarily be the first consideration on your list. Image Credit However, this isn’t a factor that should be overlooked or left as an afterthought. Choosing a good location for your radiator won’t just assist in getting the most from your energy […]

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Six Great Garage Storage Ideas
June 20, 2019 | No Comments

Get Rid of the Dumping Ground It’s easy to get into the habit of using a garage as the dumping ground for tools, buckets, paintbrushes and paint tins and other discarded DIY items. The garage can become cluttered and dirty, but before allowing it to reach that point, it’s necessary to stop and take a […]

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Tips for being cool and comfortable in dress shirts this summer
June 18, 2019 | No Comments

The weather is getting warmer. While the country is not yet bathing in the sunshine every day, things may be starting to get a little uncomfortable for those who wear formal clothing. Few things are worse than shuffling around in an office seat, sweating in a stiff shirt and black blazer. Looking around the office […]

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